How it Ends
The Mirror of Judgment
I know of the many thousands of negative comments on the internet about me by people who imagine that they understand me and are sure they know all about me. Their puffed up and utterly distorted minds put their own perverted spin on everything I have carried out in obedience to the plain command of God to my soul and spirit. Even those who profess the name of Christ have had some bright ideas about me. But what they don’t realize is how God has set up the judgment so people pass judgment on themselves, and expose their own selves, by the way they judge and condemn me, or anyone else they accuse and condemn. They hand over to God their opinion of me as the truth, while what they made up about me in their imagination is only true for themselves.
So then God holds up to them their own measuring rule that they created to judge me by. But, instead of measuring only their outward deeds by it, He’s measuring their innermost thoughts and feelings, and the hidden impulses and desires deep in their souls that created their measuring rule by which they measured me and passed judgment on me. “And there is no created thing hidden from before him, but everything is naked and exposed before the eyes of Him to whom we give an account.” Heb. 4:13, Aramaic Bible in Plain English. God says to them, “For as you have been judging, so you will be judged, and with your measure will it be measured to you.” Matt. 7:2, BBE. He observes deep within them the precise science of what it was in their own selves which created me to be who I am to them in their imagination. They created this out of who they are of themselves, out of those specific traits in their own human nature which are on a subconscious level and hidden from their own awareness. God knows that for a person to have negative internal thoughts and reactions of condemnation for anyone, for whatever they did, it is an accurate indicator that that person is guilty of that thing themselves. For a person doesn’t feel condemnation for someone else when they’re not guilty of the same crime themselves, even if the crime is only in their thoughts or feelings.